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as well. >> thank you for being a friend. >> carol costello, just take it. just take it. good morning. >> i love the "golden girls" too. happening right now in the "newsroom," the curse of camelot. 52-year-old mary kennedy found dead in her new york home. the estranged wife of robert kennedy, jr., battling drug and alcohol problems for years. >>> blazing arizona wildfires nearly tripling in size overnight. firefighters battling the exploding blaze this morning. two states under the gun. >>> could be the $100 million tax dodged. did facebook's co-founder give up u.s. citizenship to escape paying his taxes? he's now in singapore driving a bentley and living it up appearing in high society magazines. why did he unfriend america? >>> block the press. reporters at a mitt romney event blockeded from asking the candidate question. cnn the only network getting the moment on tape. "newsroom" begins right now. good morning to you. i'm carol costello. this morning police are escorting some school buses in metro atlanta after a terrifying scene unfolded for several students on their way to school
now. good morning to you. i'm carol costello. this morning police are escorting some school buses in metro atlanta after a terrifying scene unfolded for several students on their way to school. a gunman took aim at the children while they boarded a school bus. it happened in clayton county south of atlanta's airport where police have now found the rifle, ammunition and a note with school bus numbers and pickup and arrival times. here's what one witness told tom jones of our affiliate wsb. >> he is shooting at that school bus at them kids. >> reporter: this 20 year old told me that's what his uncle yelled when he saw a man aiming a rifle with a scope on it at children getting on a school bus. the sniper was in his neighbor's backyard. that's when brewer said the sniper dropped the rifle and jumped the fence and took off. he ran after him. >> i was running trying to catch him. stop. stop. he just kept going. >> reporter: brewer says all of a sudden -- >> boom. all i heard was the gunshot. he says the gunman fired a shot at him. >> it was loud. >> reporter: luckily it missed. he show
taylor here with us. before he begins, i would like to introduce carol tucker foreman. she's has a distinguished history of working on food issue as an consumer advocate for cfa. i'd like to turn it over to carol. carol? >> thanks, chris. good morning. good morning, folks. it's a terrific pleasure to be able to introduce mike taylor, the deputy commissioner of foods for the food and drug administration this morning. consumer advocates who work with mike know that there's no other federal official who has ever brought the same level of intelligence, energy, creativity and integrity to the effort to make our food supply safer. as the administrator of the food safety and inspection service in the 1990s, he lead the effort to install the system, modernizing meat and poultry inspection, and he declared e. coli a 157 h 7 to be an adult rat beginning the long effort to overcome that terrible pathogen. he with a lot of assistants along the way from caroline smith delawawall worked to modee fda's food safety programs. and then he sold it first to the obama administration and then to congr
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and it's really the way you should raise your child. >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. they are alive. alexandria and kyliyah bain are safe and sound and they have now been released from the hospital. the two tennessee girls turned up in a wooded area in mississippi after a nationwide manhunt. the fbi says their kidnapper adam mayes is dead. he shot and killed himself as police closed in. mayes is suspected of killing the girls' mother and their older sister in a bizarre case of violence and obsession that first exploded three weeks ago. martin savidge is in alpine, mississippi with the latest. good morning, martin. >> reporter: good morning, carol. it good news in an otherwise bittersweet tale that two younger girls have been found alive. this played out a hundred yards down the road in a wooded area beginning around 5:30 local time when federal authorities say they got a tip. someone said they saw adam mayes down the road here. there was a heavily armed s.w.a.t. team in the area. they moved into the woods and found one of the young girls laying on the ground and shor
to me. >> that's the end point this morning. "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins right now. have great weekend, everybody. >> thanks, soledad. stories we're watching right now, found alive. the manhunt is over. dramatic moments as s.w.a.t. teams rush in saving two tennessee girls held captive for almost three weeks. >>> mitt romney apologizing for a thank nearly half a century ago but says he doesn't remember what happened. >>> he's known for wild hair and wilder tats but it's what's happening off the court that's getting attention. >>> are you mom enough? time magazine wants to know. this cover spurring shock and talk about attachment parenting and it's really the way you should raise your child. >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. they are alive. alexandria and kyliyah bain are safe and sound and they have now been released from the hospital. the two tennessee girls turned up in a wooded area in mississippi after a nationwide manhunt. the fbi says their kidnapper adam mayes is dead. he shot and killed himself as police closed in. mayes is suspected of killing the girls
that changed his life. lawrence schille shares his story. carol, good morning. >> stories we're watching right now in the "newsroom." two american tourist kidnapped in egypt have now been released. we'll tell you what the kidnappers had demanded and how the tourists were snatched. >>> details about the man behind that horrible shooting spree in seattle. he opened fire on a coffee shop. five people dead. why his family is saying they should have seen it coming. >>> his dreams of an nfl career were shattered when he was falsely convicted of rape and sent to prison for five years. this morning, a shot at that nfl career for brian banks who was exonerated of all charges just last week and set free. >>> and take a look at this unbelievable video from a happy hour that took a horrifying turn. a truck, you'll see shortly, plows into the middle of this bar pinning customers in a heap of rubble. amazingly no one was killed. "newsroom" starts right now. >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. two american tourists on their way to a luxury resort in egypt kidnapped. gunmen pulled them from a car in
of rubble. amazingly no one was killed. "newsroom" starts right now. >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. two american tourists on their way to a luxury resort in egypt kidnapped. gunmen pulled them from a car in the sinai sprinkle demanding egyptian officials release a man from jail. authorities have been working feverishly to free those americans and we have good news this morning. just about a half hour ago we learned those tourists were released. our ben wedeman is in cairo to tell us how this went down. hi, ben. >> reporter: hello, carol. according to the southern sinai governor and senior official there, two americans have been released. they are now in police custody and they are on their way to a hotel. we were told earlier that the americans were being treated well and that they were unharmed. this clearly is part of some local conflict. a man from a tribe in southern sinai apparently had been arrested by the egyptian police yesterday with a large amount of marijuana. apparently the other members of his tribe wanted him released. they saw this opportunity with the two a
troops and their families. "newsroom" begins right now. >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. thank you for joining us this morning. mitt romney is standing by his decision to attend a vegas fund-raiser with donald trump today even though the real estate mogul won't let go of the birther issue. trump is again questioning where president obama was born. he first raised the issue a year ago. you know, back when he was running for president. >> barack obama should end this. he should provide the public with a birth certificate. if he doesn't do it, he's doing a tremendous disservice to the public. >> trump harped on the issue for such a long time that for the first time in american history, an american president produced his long form birth certificate. trump still hasn't put the issue to arrest but romney welcomes his support. joining me now is cnn senior political analyst ron brownstein. hi, ron. >> good morning. >> the obama campaign is hitting back with a new campaign ad going after romney about this controversy. let's watch a bit of it. >> i have read about him. he's an ara
right to carol costello good morning. >>> welcome to "newsroom." i'm carol costello. stories we're watching right now, the jobless numbers just out. basically nothing has changed, but political spin has already started. >>> the indian community waiting for ashton kutcher to apologize, but so far nothing. the controversy rages on over that commercial. >>> mountains of flowers and condolences for junior seau and his family will allow his brain to be studied for signs of concussions. >>> it's the biggest full moon of the year and it's almost upon us. what makes this moon so super? >>> and we begin this morning with breaking news out of china. the diplomatic quagmire may be over. according to the state department, quote, mr. chen has been offered a fellowship from an american university where he can be accompanied by his wife and two children. the chinese government has indicated that it will accept mr. chen's applications for appropriate travel documents. that means mr. chen will soon be on his way to the united states with his family, but then again, you never know with china. sta
got to get to the "cnn newsroom." >> good morning. i'm carol costello. >>> stories right now in the newsroom. clashes in chicago. police in riot gear trying to push back thousands of protesters racing to stop domestic terrorists. three violent plots to use guns and explosives have been uncovered and president obama addresses nato in one hour. >>> time for damage control. newark mayor corey booker defends bain capital and calls the negative tone of president obama's campaign nauseating. then hours later, youtube video pops up with booker explaining. >>> he gave us the soundtrack to the '70s. ♪ >> remembering bee gees cofounder robin gibb who passed away after a long battle with cancer. >>> we have the amazing pictures of that solar eclipse. ♪ >>> but we begin in chicago. riot police are bracing for more of this. demonstrators say the havoc they unleashed this weekend is only the beginning and vowing more chaos today outside the summit of the military appliance. president obama is there rallying support for the nation's planned exit from afghanistan. the president due to sp
, guys. let's get right to carol costello for "cnn newsroom." good morning. >> good morning, soledad. happening right now in the "newsroom," main street's distrust of wall street growing stronger this morning. word that insiders and not the average american investor allegedly got a heads-up on potentially negative news about facebook. today we're pressing the banks involved to speak up. >>> do you know who john wolf is? what about keith judd? there are more and more taking away the southern vote from president obama. the president this morning struggling and refocusing. >>> security scramble. new information this morning on that u.s. airways plane diverted. you would be surprised how often f-16s are sent up to follow passenger planes. >>> nancy reagan now 90 resting after breaking a number of ribs in a fall. the former first lady recovering. "newsroom" begins right now. >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. high profile investors may have got an insider view of facebook's future before the social network's stock went public. if you didn't have big bucks, you were probably left in the
first lady recovering. "newsroom" begins right now. >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. high profile investors may have got an insider view of facebook's future before the social network's stock went public. if you didn't have big bucks, you were probably left in the dark. if that is true, it reinforces some of the worst stereotypes about wall street as "time" magazine put it, it means the entire game is a casino rigged for the house with a sucker played by the average investor. that's the controversy surrounding a name we all know. morgan stanley which served as facebook's lead underwriter and now investigators reportedly want to know exactly what happened. alison kosik is at the new york stock exchange. can you explain it to us? >> follow this with me, carol. one of the big issues here is who knew what? a week before the ipo of facebook meaning when facebook went public with its shares, it went ahead and revised its documents with the s.e.c. and that's normal. companies usually update their information several times as it leads up to the big day. now what facebook did is they told
here on cnn. let's get to "cnn newsroom" with carol costello. >> happening right now in the "newsroom," afghanistan waking up rattled after being rocked by deadly explosions. this just hours after president obama says we could see the light of a new day in that country. this morning fresh calls saying the president's trip to afghanistan was about nothing but politics. >>> anarchy in cleveland. new information today on the five men plotting to blow up a bridge. reports this morning they were all tied to the occupy movement. >>> payback. walmart the megastore digging deep and cutting a check for almost 4,000 employees. a probe finding the company violated overtime laws cheating workers out of thousands of dollars. >>> and searching for maddie. the parents of missing madeleine mccann going public this morning saying the little girl's brother and sister now want to join the search. the family holding out hope that their little madeleine is still alive. "newsroom" starts right now. >>> after an emotional phone call with secretary of state hillary clinton, chinese human rig
morning to you. i'm carol costello. 33 years ago today this little boy, etan patz, vanished on his way to school. this morning his alleged killer is expected to be in a new york city courtroom. his name is pedro hernandez. this is his picture on inside edition. hernandez confessed to the killing and may have solved a mystery that started a national discussion on missing children. susan candiotti is following the latest developments. hernandez is expected in court. what may happen today, susan? >> reporter: hi, carol. we expect that when and if he appears in court today we'll hear for the first time how the manhattan district attorney's office intends to charge him. the police said they expect that he will face second-degree murder charges but it is prosecutors who will make that final decision so we'll learn that. we'll also find out whether he is represented by his own attorney or whether one will be appointed for him. we'll also get to see him for the first time and see what his demeanor is as these charges are read in court. >> what do we know about this man, susan? >> reporter: wel
more but you sucked me into immigration. >> "cnn newsroom" with carol costello happening right now. >> credibility of the confess n confession. this man, pedro hernandez in court this morning. his three-hour confession being scrutinized. is etan the only victim? >>> the unmanned spacecraft making history right now hooking up with the international space station. you will see it live. >>> wisconsin showdown. governor scott walker and democratic milwaukee mayor tom barrett head to head tonight. will scott walker be able to tame the unions? >>> bud light. the hurricane downgraded to a category 2 but still packing a punch. popular resorts of mexico in the crosshairs this morning. >>> casting call from folks that brought you extreme makeover home edition comes a new game show based on the bible. jeff foxworthy live this hour and we'll talk to the people behind the game show. "newsroom" begins right now. >>> good friday morning to you. i'm carol costello. 33 years ago today this little boy, etan patz, vanished on his way to school. this morning his alleged killer is expected to be in a
tomorrow morning. >> good morning to all of you. i'm carol costello. happening now in the "newsroom." may day, promises of mass protests from the occupy sect. we're asking this morning is this occupy's last stand? >>> security alert. it's been a year since osama bin laden was killed in a covert overnight u.s. navy s.e.a.l. operation. this morning word that terrorists could use bombs implanted in someone's body. >>> finding the missing. we have amber alerts, facebook, and now a new possibility to connect missing children with their parents. >>> a crash landing in the desert. get this. it's on purpose. >>> a new update on your facebook page that could change your life. this morning organ donation on your time line. "newsroom" begins right now. >>> we begin this morning with new reports suggesting al qaeda could use so-called body bombs on planes in america. our affiliates in california are saying their law enforcement received the alert from the fbi and homeland security. they say al qaeda is looking into new ways of concealing explosives by surgically implanting those devices into their bo
fan, i hope it worked. "cnn newsroom" begins right now with carol costello. >> happening now in the newsroom. beryl shuts down beaches and rip tides and 70-mile-per-hour winds. we are tracking its movements. >>> scolding american nuns. the vatican say they spend too much time with the poor and not enough time speaking up against same-sex marriage and abortion but the nuns are having none of it. the showdown between the vatican and the nuns begin. >>> no experience necessary for the first time in a long time. neither presidential candidate has ever served in the military. so we want to know do you need to be a veteran to be a good president? >>> tribute to the fallen on this memorial day. we remember the sacrifices of our troops and their families. newsroom begins right now. >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. >>> it's going to be a wet and soggy memorial day across parts of the north florida and southeast georgia. tropical storm beryl is to blame. you're looking at a live picture from jekyll island, georgia. the storm moves up the coast. we learned a short time ago b
today. carol costello and "cnn newsroom" begins now. see everyone back here tomorrow morning. >> i'll let you duke it out amongst yourselves. good morning to you happening now in the "newsroom" a break in the case. a new jersey man being questioned in the disappearance of this little boy, etan patz. will the new suspect give police clues? >>> mitt romney says he can bring the unemployment rate down to 6% in four years. we'll put his claim to the test. >>> a new recording of george zimmerman surfaces and his relationship with police. >>> we've seen dash cam video before but nothing like this. "newsroom" begins right now. good morning to you. i'm carol costello. we begin with breaking news on a mystery that focused national attention on child abductions a generation ago. after 33 years, we may finally have some answers in the disappearance of 6-year-old etan patz. the new york police department has man in custody and will release more details later today. mary snow is tracking the latest developments from new york. what did you find out? >> reporter: the new york city police commissi
to "cnn newsroom." carol costello is there for us this morning. >> good morning to all of you. i'm carol costello. stories we're watching right now in the "newsroom." a gold mine of information on the mote notorious terrorist, osama bin laden. his plans and fears. parts of the documents hitting the internet right now. we're combing through it for you. >> zero warning is what friends and family say about the sudden death of junior seau. new questions about whether his suicide was the result of a concussion back in his playing days. >>> we're in danger. the words of chen guangcheng now begging the united states to allow his family to board hillary clinton's plane to america. >>> would you pay $1,500 for a piece of stale cake? "cnn newsroom" starts right now. we do begin this hour with breaking news. with a rare and startling look inside the mind of osama bin laden. right now the public is getting its first look at documents seized in the raid that killed the al qaeda mastermind. they are in his own words. and they capture a fading leader desperate to launch another catastrophic strike on t
for watching. i'm brooke baldwin in new york. let's go to carol costello. "cnn newsroom" continues right now. >> hi, brooke. >> tossing the football around. >> happening now in the "newsroom," americans are becoming optimistic things are about to get better for them and the nation and they apparently know the man who can fix the economy. at least at the moment that would be mitt romney. we'll hear from romney live this hour. >>> uncontrolled acceleration. honda looking into this video showing a car plowing through city streets at 80 miles per hour. is a stuck pedal to blame? >>> the wife of former syracuse basketball coach accused of molesting ball boys goes public this morning addressing claims she knew what was going on with her husband. >>> plus this -- ♪ i won't forget the men who died who gave that right to me ♪ >> lee greenwood making a plea for a better america. he's got a new book asking does god still bless the usa? we'll ask him when he stops by later this hour. "newsroom" begins right now. >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. your money front and center from capitol hi
he stops by later this hour. "newsroom" begins right now. >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. your money front and center from capitol hill to the campaign trail. even a rare lunchtime meeting between president obama and congressional leaders from both parties. the rivals may break bread but don't expect them to make peace. john boehner is warning of another battle brewing over the debt ceiling. last year you remember that ugly standoff. the government flirted with shutdowns and the nation's bond rating was downgraded for the first time ever. now boehner says again that there will knob compromise. every dollar of new spending must be offset by at least a dollar in cuts. listen to what he told erin burnett. >> it is a line in the sand because washington has kicked the can down the road and kicked the can down the road and kicked the can down the road and the american people think we're crazy. they are ready for washington to take action. i'm here. i'm ready to do it. let's go. >> so you can imagine how that lunch meeting may go. let's talk about that lunch meeting. president o
let's get to "cnn newsroom." >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. stories we're watching right now in the "newsroom." the scandal involving the secret service and prostitutes in colombia, it just got bigger. now it's spreading to the dea. the drug enforcement agency. what would you do if you got smacked with a $93,000 bill and what if that bill wasn't even for you? we'll talk to one man who is on the hook for his mother's nursing home bill and the obscure law that's being used to make sure families pay up. >>> beam me up scotty. the first private space launch is in history books with some very special cargo. >>> she's taking over. >> you are a man. you might as well stand up like a man. >> she knows how to jump-start a failing business and today tabatha takes over "newsroom." >>> we begin this morning on a launch pad at cape canaveral. remember scottie from "star tre trek"? right now on his way to a final fro frontier. >> three, two, one, zero. and launch of the space x falcon 9 rocket as nasa turns to the private sector to resupply the international space station. >> so
of the week and soledad gets a much needed vacation. now we send it to atlanta to carol costello where "cnn newsroom" begins. >> happening in the newsroom a multibillion dollar birthday gift and not a hoodie or sneakers. mark zuckerberg the 28-year-old million success story opening a present called ipo which could make facebook worth 100 billion. from a birthday to a blunder. jpmorgan chase taking a bet and losing big time. heads rolling this morning. the ceo saying his bank was sloppy and stupid. >>> manhunt. fbi agents stephen missing in the mountain. bloodhounds sent for the search. >>> "newsweek" calling president obama the first gay president complete with a rainbow colored halo. so we are asking this morning while social issues are in the headlines, why isn't anyone talking about the number one issue? the economy! newsroom begins right now. good morning to you. i'm carol costello. >>> he is young, rich, and powerful and this morning some startling reminders of just how high mark zuckerberg towers over mere mortals like you' and me. later being week you might be able to buy stock in fa
of our troops and their families. newsroom begins right now. >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. >>> it's going to be a wet and soggy memorial day across parts of the north florida and southeast georgia. tropical storm beryl is to blame. you're looking at a live picture from jekyll island, georgia. the storm moves up the coast. we learned a short time ago beryl caused major damage at the jacksonville airport after making landfall and canceling 12 outgoing flights and forced jacksonville officials to cancel holiday activities and thousands are without power this morning. meteorologist rob marciano is tracking beryl. oh, darn! >> bad timing. but good news to this and get to that in a second. the damage in jacksonville is where it made landfall last night shortly after midnight and came on shore with near hurricane force winds. it was almost classified a hurricane and some folks may argue that. 73-mile-an-hour wind gusts at buck island and kings bay base 65-mile-an-hour winds and across north georgia a tremendous amount of rainfall. continue to see that happening. there is a live s
tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. carol, good morning. >> good morning to all of you. i'm carol costello. >>> happening now in the newsro newsroom. my life in your hands. 70-year-old american kidnapped by al qaeda now pleading for help from president obama saying if you accept the demands, i live. if you don't accept the demands, i die. the new video straight ahead. >>> plus off script and outspoken. joe biden reportedly sending the white house scrambling after his comments on same-sex marriage. this morning, the meeting as team obama tries to get on message. >>> death at the derby. a track worker found dead in a barn at the world famous track. new clues and new questions as we are expecting to hear from police this morning. >>> and middle class talkback. today we kick off a series built around you. your concerns. your issues. your questions to the candidates. today, we connect you to them and get answers. newsroom starts right now. >>> this morning, we begin with a man's desperate plea for president obama to save his life on a videotaped just replease by al qaeda we hear from 70-year-ol
on particular leaders and organizations and at one point he said, carol, if you send me money, make it in euros. he didn't want to take dollars. when he was killed he had some euros sewn into his clothing that you may recall. money was tight. he was talking with his team about kidnapping, which al qaeda defaulted to as a fund-raising measure. at one point he said when you get the kidnap ransom money, be sure to get rid of the bag in which the money came because there may be an electronic tracking device in there. he was giving advice on those sorts of issues. large and small. of course he was asking for attacks on the united states on president obama, general david petraeus. he said don't bother trying to kill vice president biden, secretary of defense gates or admiral mike mullen. we should focus on these two guys. killing president obama or general david petraeus was easy to say that. quite another thing to implement. some of the senior administration officials i spoke to said that he was getting pushback from a number of his leaders in the organization saying we need to focus on things we ca
of you. i'm carol costello. the would-be bomber behind the terror threat actually working for the cia. breaking news this morning. new details inside the plot and inside the operation from a former fbi special agent. >>> north carolina shutting out same-sex marriage with a constitutional amendment. people behind the movement this morning saying they're not anti-gay, they're pro-marriage. >>> mississippi searching for adam mayes wanted for killing of a tennessee woman and her teenage daughter. the police expand their search for the two young girls. >>> pomp and perception. queen elizabeth ii arriving in a golden carriage wearing a crown with 3,000 diamonds. going before parliament to talk about saving money. "newsroom" starts right now. >>> this morning we begin with new details and backlash over the al qaeda plot to bomb a u.s. bound plane. we know it was an undercover operative working for saudi arabia and the united states. according to "the new york times," the operative handed over the bomb to the fbi and now that bomb is undergoing extensive study. the newspapers reports it was s
fight. the question is with who and why. police are now questioning some of the 400 people, carol, who live and work behind the track. that area is called the back side and it's described by police as really a minicity. a 24-hour city and has 48 barns and multiple stables and dormitories and trainer apartments. this is not the first time the derby has been overshadowed a bit. last year's race was clouded by a jockey found dead in the stables a week after the kentucky derby. right now a bill murder mystery at churchill downs. >> you have to wonder do police believe the death is somehow connected to the race? >> reporter: that is so interesting. the death is investigated as a homicide. yesterday, police were saying it didn't appear connected to the racetrack. when i called this morning and pressed for clarification on that the spokesman said that while the derby was over. so technically it wasn't connected to the race itself. but, still, you have this occurring, you know, within a 12-hour period. so everybody who was there at the time that this murder may have taken place is in the proce
, michael schwartz and carol cartwright. also interviewed several citizens of the kent community whose voices really had not been heard, they had really not been interviewed that much either. and a member of black united students who eventually became president of b.u.s. after may 4, i think around 1971 and also two members of the ohio national guard as well. we also wanted to have a wider time frame, and by what i mean by that is this. a lot of times when people look at may 4 they focus specifically on may 4 or just the four days i gave you. we wanted to kind of broaden the perspective a bit and look at some of the precursors, i didn't actually put it on here. but two of the big precursors were the b.u.s. walkout in 1968 on the kent campus and the sds takeover music and speech in 1969. we actively sought and got a couple of interviews that talked about those events. as far as the aftermath, we also wanted to look for narrators who could discuss some of these issues mentioned here. legal cases like the kent 25 which greg will talk about in a few minutes, the krause verses rhodes big ci
. thank you, katherine. i can't believe you're really leaving this place. me neither. i hope you and carol will be joining us for the going-away party tonight. i wouldn't miss it for the world. of course i do. it's just that jihan is not yet convinced we should go back to cairo. when do you fly back ? all right. i will call you soon. - what did i tell you, victor ? - not so quickly. you haven't won yet. oh. you'll have to excuse me, jess. - but it's your move. - this will only take a minute. so, what have you got for me today ? - rice, olive oil and tomato sauce. - ah. very good. thank you. see you next week. excuse me, mr. brashov. i'll be on vacation next week, so i've got to get your order now. oh. just a minute. i'm sorry, jess, but this is going to take a little longer than i thought. in that case, i'm going home. - but what about our game ? - no. we can play some other time. i'll tell you what. why don't we leave the board the way it is... and after the party tonight, we can finish. all right. it really shouldn't take me more than a few minutes to beat you. very funny. so who is
to relationships. relationships behind the photo ops. i think everybody has been beaten up in china, carol. just really learning from mrs. bush about what it means to listen and engage and do that with grace in the private and public sphere, to acknowledge the effort that goes into these meetings. here they are in normandy on the beaches, which was such a beautiful moment and so powerful i think to everybody that was there that day. these are the cherry blossom princesses coming in their matching pink suits. they were mortified. their ten seconds with mrs. bush, preparing to say hello. the generosity of taking five minutes for a photo op in the heat of the sun in texas. but it was relationships that happened around moments like this. this is in the spring of 2003 when the president of uganda was visiting and he brought with them the uganda children's choir, which is made up of children orphaned by aids. they set up chairs in the rose garden. i have it -- i call it a syndrome where i can't not cry when kids are singing. i'm trying to photograph while they're singing. we do the official photo op a
introduce dr. carol estes who is chair of the foundation. she's a professor of sociology at the university of california san francisco. she's the founding and former director of the institute of health and aging, former chair of the department of social and behavioral sciences, school of nursing ucfs. she's a member of the institute of medicine, of the national academy of sciences, and past president of the gerontological society of america, the american society on ageing and the association of gerontology and higher education. she's also served as a consultant to u.s. commissioner of social security and has worked with the u.s. and house and senate committees on aging. and she is my boss. dr. estes. [ applause ] >> thank you. i want to acknowledge and thank congresswoman eleanor holmes norton for your inspirational work and leadership and particularly for your comments this morning and your support. this report that we are presenting today is an urgent call for our retirement system to catch up with the changing needs of women and their families. building on what works, the report offers
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